Myanmar is a country located in Southeast Asia, with the Andaman Sea in the southwest, India and Bangladesh in the northwest, the People’s Republic of China in the northeast and Thailand and Laos in the southeast. It is one of the member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. In 2005, the Myanmar government moved its capital from Yangon, the largest city in the country, to Nay Pyi Taw.
Myanmar, a sacred land known as the "Buddhist country," has a long history and splendid culture. Buddhism has a history of more than 2,500 years in Myanmar. Buddhists advocate the construction of Buddhism pagodas, so you find there are many stupas all around Myanmar. Myanmar is also known as the "country of the pagoda." The shining pagodas in the sun always bless this beautiful country and people. You can feel the peace and enthusiasm of the Burmese, no matter where you travel in Myanmar. Travel to Myanmar with us. Ride a bicycle and watch the sunrise on the pagoda. Watch the sunset over the U Bein Bridge and enjoy quietly the perfect combination of majestic architecture and nature. Walk on the banks of Inle Lake, forget all the troubles and enjoy the tranquility that originally belongs to the Burmese!
Burmese culture is deeply influenced by Buddhist culture. Their writing, literature and art, music, dance, painting, sculpture, architecture, and customs all have a mark of Buddhist culture. Burmese culture has been influenced by Western culture in modern times. After Myanmar’s independence, it has always maintained a national cultural tradition and protected its cultural heritage. At present, the traditional culture still has extensive influence in Myanmar and it occupies a dominant position.
Myanmar is a country with tropical monsoon climate and an annual average temperature of 27°C. It is divided into cool, dry and rainy seasons in a year. The best time to visit Myanmar is the cool season, from October to next February, when it is clear and sunny. Therefore, it is also the peak season for tourism in Myanmar. It becomes hotter and hotter from the middle of February. The temperatures in March and May are the highest, and the average monthly temperature is above 30°C, even reaching 40°C. Every year after June, it enters the rainy season and finishes in mid-October.
As an annual average temperature in Myanmar is around 27℃, tourists only need to bring a summer dress and a thin coat when they are traveling in Myanmar. But if you ride a night bus, trains in Myanmar, it is very necessary to bring trousers, and slightly thicker coats, because these night-time vehicles tend to open the air-conditioned to the maximum, which will make people feel very cold. When visiting the pagoda during your Myanmar tour, it is necessary to pay attention to the dress. Tourists should not expose shoulder, chest, navel, etc., and the upper part of the knee.
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